She’s powerless to resist a man with old-timey facial hair.
‘Young Adult’ isn’t your normal Reitman film.
She got her looks from her mom.
Zombies? Check. Robbers? Check.
He’ll be a miniature version of Al Swearengen.
Jeff Buckley’s got two biopics in the works. Who does he think he is, General Patton?
Here’s where I say something like, “This trailer will whet your appetite for ‘Puss’!” Yup. That’ll do.
Javier Bardem’s character in No Country for Old Men wasn’t just a cold-blooded psychopath; he was also very socially awkward.
This press release might have well have just said in big block letters, “WARREN BEATTY IS MAKING A MOVIE FOR PARAMOUNT.”
Rachel Weisz starred in ‘The Mummy’ and ‘The Mummy Returns.’
Gosling ventures into the smokey, gray abyss known as “romantic comedies.”
He cast Roberto Benigni for the Rome production, in keeping with Italian law.
This is not the toddler you’re looking for.
Here we find Ashley Judd outside of her natural habitat of hanging out with Morgan Freeman.
Writer Stephen McFeely just got a big PDF of comics from Marvel.
The “Jackass” star died in a car accident early this morning. Aw dammit!
Humphries will be outfitted with expensive motion capture technology. Lilly will put on some elf ears.
Plus two more people are in it.
One of cinema’s most underrepresented minorities, women superheroes make up a big part of the superhero community. However, women superheroes are still a rarity on the big screen.
Radical, hang 10, tubular, etc.
‘America’s Most Wanted’ gets cancelled, replaced by this. Coincidence? Yeah.
Kat Coiro’s debut feature makes some of the same mistakes as other standard Hollywood movies, but it gets a lot more right.
An gripping action movie by way of atmosphere and build-up.
It’s ‘The Muppets’. What are you gonna do, not watch it? Come on.
The guy did ‘Shanghai Knights’, so his track record in accurate retellings of medieval lore speaks for itself.
Here are your weekend links.
If you’re tired of not having water shot into your face as you watch ‘The King’s Speech’, pay attention: This is your Woodstock.
We’ll finally learn how he got so good at hitting guys.
What’s the point of this film? Easy. “Your pet monkeys will one day turn on you.”